The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is so good it made me fat

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is so good it made me fat

Well, folks, I wasn’t around last week to podcast. That was partially because I was playing the new Legend of Zelda game. Breath of the Wild is just so good that I couldn’t stop playing it. Between work and Zelda, my time was pretty much taken completely up. And I honestly didn’t exercise as much as I should have last week.

I think I went to the gym once, got on the recumbent bike as I read Breath of the Wild articles, and then went back home to play more Zelda.

Then I went out of town on Friday, and when I came back home…it was time for more Zelda.

But now I’m back and I can love you all again! Awwww. (Who am I kidding? I never stopped loving y’all. Or playing Zelda, apparently.)

Yoga Err Day. Err. Day.

I have been thinking about how good yoga makes me feel, and I am going to use it as a way to get myself back to being active. Starting to run has given me a lot of false starts to the point where I don’t know if I am going to focus on it at all for a while. I am going to do lower-impact exercise–cycling, bodyweight training, lifting, and yoga.

And for April, I am going to be doing #yogaeverdamnday. Not only is that one of my favorite hashtags, it’s a super way to exercise and practice mindfulness at the same time. I am not going to be committing to it hardcore until April 1, but I am getting myself in the habit right now.

When I get there, I think y’all should do it, too. I’ll be podcasting and posting about it a bit, too.

So get yourself ready.


I’ve mentioned this before, but Jennifer got me a FitDeck of bodyweight exercises for Christmas. It’s awesome, and the perfect way to get a few extra calories burned between shrines in Breath of the Wild. I’m really hankering for the yoga deck to supplement it, too. (There are other yoga cards I was told about, too!)


Once I finish up Breath of the Wild, I am definitely in the mood for more Zelda. I really want to give Skyward Sword a try, even though the controls are supposed to be just atrocious (but somehow it was given a lot of 9/10 and 10/10 reviews when it was new), as well as A Link Between Worlds for the 3DS. I’ve never touched either of them, but Breath of the Wild makes me want to explore Hyrule so much that I want to make it through other games.

I’ll probably use Gamefly to do it, and if you wanna support the blog and the podcast, you can grab a free 30-day trial and let Zelda make you fat. We can be twinsies!

Until next time, stay shiny, fitgeek!

And as always, feel free to reach out to me at @professorbeej or @geekfitnesscast.

B.J. Keeton

B.J. Keeton

B.J. is a geek, gamer, podcaster, and livestreamer. He has been the co-host of the Geek to Geek podcast since 2016, and he helped start the Geek to Geek Media Network. His biggest pet peeve is when someone spells Wookiee with only one E. One time, he told his friends he liked vegetables maybe more than he did Star Wars, and they made him put a dollar in the jar. That should tell you everything you need to know about him. Find him on Twitter as @professorbeej or on Discord as @professorbeej#1337.

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